The Movie Director of ‘Mortal Kombat 2″ has been Revealed
There are many terrible video game adaptations. You don’t need to look further than Netflix Resident Evil. You can find the basic Uncharted and the rare Sonic The Hedgehog II.
I would say Mortal Kombat falls within the average category. Although the script needed fine-tuning, Mortal Kombat provided plenty of action sequences. Perhaps most importantly, it was HBO Max’s most successful film launch. We now know who will lead Mortal Kombat 2.
The sequel technically doesn’t have any title, but we are tentatively calling it Mortal Kombat 2. Deadline confirmed that Simon McQuoid, who directed the first film, will return as director. Mortal Kombat 2 is even more exciting. A new writer has been hired to help with some plot problems.
Jeremy Slater will be writing the Mortal Kombat 2 screenplay. Slater is most well-known for his Marvel series. This bodes well for the project, personally. The MCU is currently experiencing a mid-life crisis, but Moon Knight remains one of the most outstanding projects in phase four.
It was previously announced that Johnny Cage, the iconic character in Mortal Kombat 2, would be appearing. ComicBook spoke with Slater, who said that Johnny Cage was a favorite character […] and that it would be extraordinary if he were not included in the sequel. IIt’sstill unclear how much he will get. It’s something we are recurrently working with.”I’m sure fans are keeping an eye on casting news.